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Getting away without the getaway at Port Coogee development

OpenCorp’s Quayhouse development in Port Coogee, just minutes from Fremantle in Western Australia, consists of only 38 apartments and has been designed with relaxed liveability in mind.

“Quayhouse was designed with liveability at the centre, with a strong emphasis on communal areas that offer residents endless entertaining options without having to leave home,” says OpenCorp director Allister Lewison.

“Residents can make the most of the Western Australia weather with the luxurious rooftop communal space. Whether that be relaxing by the pool, cooking al-fresco using either of the two barbeque areas, or entertaining guests in the dining area before relaxing in front of the private outdoor cinema,” says Lewison.

Beyond Quayhouse’s rooftop communal areas, the development’s position within the Port Coogee community provides endless opportunities for leisure activities.

“All residents have to do is venture out their front door to indulge in the joys of living in this resort-style location,” says Lewison.

Port Coogee is one of Australia’s largest coastal marina developments, with an end value of nearly $2 billion. Once complete it will become home to more than 4000 people and will include a commercial and shopping precinct to provide a full range of opportunities for locals and visitors.

“Port Coogee is set to become a vibrant hub in South Freemantle, offering some of the best amenities, cafes and restaurants in a stunning beachside location,” says Lewison.

Quayhouse, a four-storey development, is conveniently located at the heart of the new community, positioned among newly developed homes. Residents are moments away from Port Coogee Shopping Village and a doctors’ surgery for everyday convenience.

Designed by award-winning architects WMK, a strong emphasis has been made to deliver a high level of design sophistication than typically seen in the area.

Spacious apartments and balconies have been created to seamlessly transition between indoor and outdoor spaces, designed for the sea breeze and warm weather.

“The design at Quayhouse is exceptional; it is positioned as one of the region’s most architecturally significant projects with a stunning facade and high quality interiors,” Lewison says.